Polish power plants are announcing a period of danger. Should Poles be afraid of power cuts?

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Do Poles have reasons to be concerned?

 Polish power plants are announcing a period of danger. Should Poles be afraid of power cuts

According to the” Super Express “portal, the energy situation in our country is not the best . Power plants in Poland have announced a “period of danger”. There is no doubt that we have extremely difficult months ahead of us. It turns out that the power reserves in energy systems turn out to be too low. What is the “risk period” and what are we to be concerned about?

Power plants sound the alarm.

On Friday, September 23, Polskie Sieci Elektromagnetyczne (PSE) announced a period of danger on the capacity market. All units were put on standby. Currently, all units that have signed capacity contracts are obliged to educate their energy consumption.

Others will be required to transfer to the system the power that has been contacted by the operator upon the operator's request. The threat period is to be announced on Friday, September 23, between 19 and 21.

 Polish power plants announce a period of danger. Should Poles be afraid of power cuts

Do Poles have reasons to be concerned?

There are many factors that contribute to the lack of power. The most important ones include saving coal for the winter period, and the fact that currently operating windmills are not able to produce enough energy to fully cover these shortages.

PSE representatives indicate that the announcement of the threat period has no impact on electricity consumers. The only exceptions here are those customers who participate “in the capacity market as demand reduction units”. They also added that this is a standard procedure, which results from signed contracts.

 Polish power plants announce a period of danger. Should Poles be afraid of power cuts

Soon we will face downtime or shortages in electricity supply?

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